2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Specs And News
2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta sedan Current (above) has struggled to make an impact on the premium compact market against strong competition from the Audi A3, Mercedes A-Class and the BMW 1 Series is the Italian brand hopes correct this situation, however, with a much sportier replacement due sometime in 2016 according car scoops, head of design Alberto Dillilo Alfa Romeo passenger cars confirmed that the replacement model will sit on a slightly modified chassis Giulia. This chassis is designed to be rear-wheel drive often reserve sports and luxury cars which means that the new 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta could present a much more difficult challenge to established German rivals.
The photos show a new appearance filtered vehicle with pinched headlights, front air inlet grille below and a revised front bumper and a red insertion of the grid. The versions presented here also contain the variant Veloce, is to replace the QV. Speaking of sportiness, the new 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta facelift not wear the nickname more. Instead, it will be accessible on the Veloce trim. One way that the most likely attribute the same 1.75-liter turbocharged 4-banger, as the first QV. Alternatives include aluminum pedal covers, alloy wheels 16-inch Infotainment system Radio Nav T-connect 6.5 inches 9 BOSE stereo speakers.
2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta decision to use a version of the rear-drive chassis Giulia offers two advantages that allow the brand to save money on car investment costs and gives a unique selling point over his rivals. Currently, the BMW 1 Series is the only sedan to offer rear-wheel drive, but its replacement moves tensile platform before the Mini giving Alpha the potential to be unique in that it is the class and go the choice for lovers attracted by the long history of the company in motor sport. Performance fans generally prefer cars to rear wheel drive for more natural steering feel, improved front end grip under acceleration and direction of “rotation” with the throttle. The engines have not yet been confirmed, but a turbocharged gasoline and diesel range is expected. Species could include the 1.4-liter used in the current 2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta, with power ratings from 120 to 170hp. More powerful variants could use 1.75 liter turbo 4C or the new 2.0-liter Giulia with 200 to 280 hp. Diesel vehicles can include 1.6 and 2.2-liter models with a power of about 120 to 210hp. A joint high performance version Quadrifoglio Verde likely at a later date with 300 hp and maybe four-wheel drive to compete with the Audi RS3 and Mercedes A45 AMG.
2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta facelift to be revealed on February 24. The reports establish the costs start at 22,000 euro in Italy if the owner goes for the 1.4-liter engine packing 120 horsepower.